The Gagosian Gallery's hosting a new exhibit of photography by Dennis Hopper, opening in early May. The exhibition showcases Hopper's '60s series The Lost Album, which hasn't been shown in the United States since 1970. The collection includes portraits of Hopper friends like Jane Fonda, Jasper Johns, Paul Newman, and James Brown, as well as scenes from the civil rights movement. Check out a few preview images from the show below.
"The Lost Album" will be at the Gagosian Gallery, 980 Madison Ave, from May 7th - June 22nd
"Double Standard", 1961
"Hopper House 1712 (Living Room, Mona Lisa)", 1965
"Irving Blum and Peggy Moffitt", 1964
Images Courtesy of Gagosian Gallery. Artwork © Dennis Hopper. Courtesy of The Dennis Hopper Art Trust